N.O.R.E. is back with some new music before the year closes out. The New York bred emcee comes out swingin’ with Busta Rhymes by his side to show these other rappers some “Manners.” The temporary Reggaeton sensation shows off his slick street inspired rhymes while Busta shows out and disrespects the competition along the chorus.
Nas recently treated fans to a performance at Hennessy and FADER Magazine’s special collaborative event on the second night of Art Basel. The New York legend decided to share the stage for a moment and invited fellow wordsmith, Busta Rhymes, to accompany him. Take a look as Busta grabbed the microphone and praised Nas’ legacy in Hip Hop and his importance to the culture. As the rapper continued his speech, he decided to crown the Queensbridge emcee as being the “King of New York.”
Busta Rhymes liberates his latest visual for his new single, “Thank You,” featuring Q-Tip, Kanye West and Lil Wayne. This one’s all about having a good time as Busta shops for jewelry, pops bottles of Hennessy and demonstrates his flashy and lavish lifestyle. Lil Wayne and Kanye West also show up while other cameos include A$AP Ferg, Jereme Rogers, Mack Wilds and more. “Thank You” will be featured on the new Cash Money artist’s Extinction Level Event 2 LP releasing next year.
A$AP Ferg delivers a new remix for his Trap Lord single, “Shabba,” and this time the Harlem rapper links up with not only Shabba Ranks but Busta Rhymes and Migos as well. Take a listen as the catchy and energetic song also gets a new verse from Fergenstein.
On Wednesday, A Tribe Called Quest joined Kanye West on his “Yeezus” tour in Brooklyn at the Barclay’s Center. Fans in attendance were treated to a special performance as Busta Rhymes surprised fans and came out during Tribe’s live rendition of their classic song “Scenario.” Unfortunately, Busta’s microphone fell victim to some unforeseen technical difficulties. Check out how it all went down as Kanye’s tour picks back up and hits the road.
Busta Rhymes took to Twitter deliver the news that he will be linking up with Q-Tip for a new collaborative mixtape titled, The Abstract & The Dragon. The project is intended to be a precursor to Rhymes’ new Extinction Level Event 2 LP which is set to hit shelves next year. Fans of the new Cash Money signee can expect The Abstract & The Dragon to drop on December 12.
Here’s a sneak peek behind the scenes of Busta Rhymes music video for his new single “Thank You.” Take a look as the legendary emcee performs to the camera in front of a green screen with his new label mate Lil Wayne. There’s also a short clip included of Q-Tip and Kanye West as they were also on hand to record their contributions to the infectious new song. “Thank You” is set to be featured on Busta’s forthcoming Extinction Level Event 2 LP.
Busta Rhymes delivers his second single titled “Thank You” which will be featured on the rapper’s forthcoming album, E.L.E. (Extinction Level Event) 2, due to hit shelves sometime next year. The song showcases the rap vet demonstrating his superior lyricism as he rides the catchy sample driven instrumental. Q-Tip also decides to lace the track with his smooth wordplay while Kanye West and Lil Wayne show up throw down a couple of ad-lib’s.
Busta Rhymes drops a new Armageddon like commercial to promote the upcoming sequel to his, Extinction Level Event, album released in 1998 by Flipmode and Elektra Records. The recently signed YMCMB artist declares that the second coming is on the horizon with part two and informs his fans to stay tuned. Check out the apocalyptic visuals below.
Fuse links up with Busta Rhymes on the set of his new music video for “#Twerk It (Remix)” featuring Nicki Minaj off his upcoming LP. According to director Mr. X, the video’s concept will embody a party vibe but at the same time apparently bring something different to the table that has never been seen before. Produced by Pharrell, Busta also gives the rundown behind the visual for “#Twerk It” from his perspective and says that it means everything to him and that he’s never had a problem just being who he is.